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we're at 38 in allentown. 40 degrees in mount holly. 42 in atlantic city. your eagles forecast shows that if you're planning on tailgating, temperatures will be in the mid 50s before the game. 58 degrees by 1:00 p.m. by 4:00 p.m., 60 degrees, chilly conditions expected. i'll let you know how long these cooler temperatures will stick around coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a triple shooting in cobb's creek. we're told three people were wounded outside cousin danny's exotic haven. the victims were taken to the hospital of the university of pennsylvania. all three in critical condition. and philadelphia police are also investigating a double shooting in feltonville. two men were shot near the intersection of kensington and sedgeley just after midnight. both are hospitalized. they're stable. police tell nbc 10 they found a gun at the scene that was
registered to one of the victims. so far, no arrests. in mercer county, the first death related to enterovirus d68 in our area has health and school officials taking safety precautions. golden blue ribbons line eli waller's neighborhood. on friday night, authorities confirmed it was enterovirus d68 that took the life of the 4-year-old boy who attended preschool at yardville elementary. >> it attacks very quickly. when he went to bed, he was fine. the next morning, he had passed. >> the school district says it has added extra staff to disinfect the school and another meeting on the issue is set for tonight at 7:00 at steiner high school. for realtime updates on enterovirus d68, please come to nbc10.com. we have information on the symptoms as well as health tips. happening today, the freelance nbc news photographer
who contracted ebola in liberia while covering the outbreak will be flown to nebraska for treatment. meantime, thomas duncan, the liberian who's being treated for ebola in texas, has gotten worse. he is now in critical condition. the head of the centers for disease control and prevention says about 50 people who had contact can duncan have been located and tested. so far, no one is showing symptoms. >> so we are contact that none of those with definite contact had any symptoms related to ebola. none of them had fever. we'll be watching that very closely. >> meantime, bed sheets and mattresses have been taken out. eventually all items will be taken out and destroyed. the ebola risk will be the topic on this morning's "meet the press." chuck todd and his guests will talk about how the u.s. is handling the response, plus an
update on the camera man who will be on his way to the u.s. today. it's right here at 10:30 on nbc 10. happening today, controversy over a college speech. the convicted cop killer abu jamal will deliver the address. at the same time, philadelphia police will hold a silent protest at the site of officer daniel faulkner's murder. a recorded speech will be played today for 20 students at goddard college in vermont. abu jamal received a bachelor's degree from that school in 1996 while behind bars. abu jamal is serving life in prison for killing officer faulkner in center city in 1981. nbc 10 spoke with faulkner's widow. she says the graduate's could have chosen anyone to give them inspiration and they made the wrong choice. >> sometime in the future of their life, they are going to come across either a loved one or maybe a friend that will lose
their life brutally, and when they do, they can think of me. >> goddard college says it does not condone the violence of which abu jamal was convicted. it does encourage students to take on controversial subjects. tonight, family, friends, and members of law enforcement will remember a pennsylvania state trooper who was killed at a montgomery county shooting range. a life celebration for david kendra will be held at 6:00 this evening at givnish funeral home in northeast florida. a funeral mass for the trooper will be held tomorrow morning at 11:00 at christ the king church at morrow avenue and chesterfield road, also in northeast philadelphia. officials say kendra was accidentally shot by another trooper on tuesday. they say it happened during a training exercise. kendra was 26 years old. he had been a member of the state police since june of 2012. he was a graduate of temple university and was engaged to be married.
it is now day 23 in the search for suspected trooper killer eric frein, and new details are emerging about text messages he was sending the day of the attack. the "times tribune" of scranton reports a friend received a text from frein less than five hours before he alelegedly opened fir on september 12th, saying "all is good." frein also said he was heading back to delaware. according to police, he lied to relatives and others about working in delaware so he could prepare for the ambush. one trooper was killed and a second was wounded in that attack. in the city of chester, the family of a men killed in a fire bombing wants answers, especially since he was targeted twice before. anthony gorman died yesterday morning in his home on baldwin street in chester. there was a fire there. fire investigators are calling it suspicious. officials told nbc 10 gorman's
home was fire bombed twice in the past. police told us they're investigating the fire bombing as a possible retaliation involving an outlaw motorcycle gang. gorman's family told us he was a member of a motorcycle club, but has been disabled since an accident in 2009. the head of the cooper health system and his wife will be remembered this week. the couple died under mysterious circumstances in their home in new jersey. a memorial service for john and joyce sheridan will start at 11:00 on tuesday morning in the patriot tlooe patriots theatre. the consumer was found in a burning bedroom of their home in somerset county. investigators say the fire was deliberately set but there's still no cause of death for either of them. happening today, the eagles will try to regain their winning form when they host the st. louis rams. you're looking live at lincoln financial field this morning. a sold out crowd is expected for the 1:00 game.
the 3-1 birds are coming off their first loss of the season at san francisco. the eagles are six and a half point favorites to beat the rams this afternoon. still ahead this sunday morning, the family of the british man killed by isis talks about their loss. plus, remembering the victims of the sandy hook school massacre. what the community is doing to honor those killed in the mass shooting. and a loss for penn state when it comes to a lawsuit over the jerry sandusky child sex scandal. we'll explain what it means for the university when we come right back.
family members of alan henning, murdered at the hands of isis, are remembering their loved one this morning as a fantastic guy. >> he had a heart of gold. just one awesome guy. and i love him with all my heart. he will be sadly missed. >> the british native was a non-muslim who left behind a wife and two teenagers to help muslim friends drive aide convoys to the victims of syria's civil war. henning was held for nine months before he was beheaded by isis. meantime, the life of an american is now on the line. the parents of indiana native peter kassig are asking them to spare him. he was taken hostage last october in syria. he was providing aide for refugees. his parents say he converted to islam while in captivity and his faith has provided him comfort.
happening today in connecticut, a playground will be dedicated in memory of the principal who died in the sandy hook school shooting. dawn was killed while protecting her students and staff. the grandchildren and daughters helped build the new playground in the town of watertown. this is the last of 26 playgrounds dedicated to the victims of that mass shooting. a pennsylvania judge is refusing to throw out a lawsuit involving the $60 million fine against penn state university in the jerry sandusky case. penn state accepted the penalty as part of a deal with the ncaa. state treasurer rob mccord and a state senator sued to have the money used to fight child abuse in pennsylvania. the ncaa planned to distribute the money nationwide. the judge's ruling could set up a trial early next year. up next this morning, a fall heat wave is hitting california. triple digits in some spots have emergency crews on high alert.
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an autumn heat wave in california is expected to reach its highest temperatures today. some spots are hitting triple digits, while others are hovering just below 100 degrees. fire crews say the high temps are raising concerns about wildfires and power outages. temperatures in the hottest areas could reach 108. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> well, a lot of times when we see a dip in the jet stream on the west coast, they get warmer air, so now we're seeing a cold start here with temperatures in the 30s, even the 40s throughout our area. we are going to continue to see chilly conditions as we head to the rest of your sunday.
mild conditions heading into next week. so if it's a little too cold for you, not to worry, we're back to the 70s by tomorrow. for philadelphia right now, 43 degrees. just a few clouds. humidity at 71%. light wind speeds right now. that's helping to keep frost from forming, especially in the poconos where we're only at 32 degrees. 38 in allentown. 37 degrees in reading. 36 degrees in pottstown. 37 in westchester right now. 41 in wilmington. 43 in dover. temperatures in atlantic city at 42 degrees. it is a chilly start to the morning. it is a big difference from what we saw this time yesterday. take a look at millville. temperatures are 30 degrees cooler right now than this time yesterday. we're 24 degrees cooler in allentown. 23 in the poconos. 25 in philadelphia. so if you remember, we saw a mild start to the morning yesterday with rain coming through. and now the cold air has taken over. not just for philadelphia, but
this stretches all the way back to parts of chicago, minneapolis, and as far down as the carolinas in nashville. nashville temperatures starting off at 38 degrees. so here is the cool air. it is in place. it will continue to retreat to the north as we head into the rest of today. we'll see high pressure building in from the southeast, and that's going to give us mild conditions as you head back to work tomorrow. so not to worry, your temperatures are going to recover. even as we head into the afternoon, we will push into the 60s, but as you can see, that is ten degrees, more than ten degrees below our average, which is 72 for this time of year. we warm back to average heading into monday, and our satellite radar shot still shows that rotation of that area of low pressure that brought us the rainfall, so no rain in store for us. we are going to see plenty of sunshine. you're already starting to notice some of the clouds clearing up. if you plan on heading out to the eagles game today, it is going to be cold, especially for tailgating before the 1:00 p.m. start time. temperatures in the mid 50s before 1:00 p.m. then we push into the high 50s.
58 degrees. and then by 4:00 p.m., 60 degrees. so it is going to be on the cooler side for football. if you take a look at the rest of your workweek, we warm back into the low 70s on monday. mid 70s by tuesday with a chance of showers tuesday and towards the end of your workweek. >> all right. when it comes to the american dream, many my lilleni are taking a different path. >> many have a much different attitude toward housing. >> why some experts are giving 20-somethings the label generation rent.
at the center city skyline. going to need a swrakt if you're heading outside this morning. it is a cool morning. definitely feels like fall and we're only going to be heading up into the low 60s today. recent reports show homeownership is at its lowest level in 19 years, but are millennials against homeownership or just victims of tough economic times? cnbc tries to find the answer. >> reporter: millennials don't buy houses. they are young, urban, socially savvy and generation rent. >> young people today seem to have a less warm attitude to housing. i don't know why. i'm not one of them. >> reporter: but do they really? >> i wouldn't say that the entire generation is just anti-homeownership. >> reporter: meet millennials ashley and ken, married with condo. >> we started working right out of college. we had good jobs out of college,
so we were able to save money over the years. >> reporter: yes, they have student debt. yes, they love urban life. yes, they see no reason for a phone connected to the wall. and yes, their rent just kept rising. so last spring, they bought their first home in the heart of d.c. >> when it started to even out, when the numbers sort of matched up, kind of figured it was time. >> reporter: both 28, ken and ashley are older than their parents were when they got married and that's the crux of it. millennials are getting married and having children later in life. the two biggest drivers of homeownership. but that can be an advantage. are you both smarter borrowers than your parents? >> oh. >> i think so. >> one of the important things for me was understanding what we were getting ourselves into. understanding all of the intricacies of a mortgage and the lending process. >> reporter: by virtue of being older, millennials may also be wiser home buyers.
they lived and learned through the recession and probably know more about mortgages than their parents ever did. unlike their parents, though, they do not aspire to that oversized house in the suburbs, a stereotype that for now, at least, seems to hold up. >> the answer is no, that's definitely not the plan. we plan to stay in the city for as long as we possibly can. >> bad news for the nation's builders who still believe this generation will ultimately outgrow its urban lifestyle and head for greener pastures. or any lawn at all. nbc 10 breaking news. >> 6:22. we continue to follow breaking news in dover, kent county. a building fire there has reached multiple alarms. matt arrived just a few minutes ago.
>> reporter: a fire truck is out here. fell down the embankment about three feet into the side of the road. they're responding to a barn fire out here, and we'll just go over real quick and show you the fire that they're responding to out there in the distance. a very large farm area. you can see the smoke is still rising up from that area, just about a quarter of a mile from where we are right now. and so we're going to stay out here, we're going to try to gather more information as they're trying to move this truck out of here. we're going to head out. we'll be back in a few minutes, ted. >> we'll check back with you and get the latest information. thank you. nbc 10 news today is coming back in just a moment with another half-hour of news, and we're looking at a chilly sunday morning. >> that's right. we are seeing downright cold, even freezing temperatures throughout our area. i'll let you know how much we'll warm up as we head to the rest of your sunday and what's in store for your workweek. that's coming up. hershey's spreads.
nbc 10 breaking news. >> and we continue to follow breaking news in dover, kent county. a big barn fire. we're going to be getting back to nbc 10's matt delucia in just a moment. this fire was in kent county and some firefighters were involved in an accident while responding to that blaze. nbc 10's matt delucia arrived at the scene just a few minutes ago and we're going to go back to him for an update as soon as possible. he's there getting the very latest from firefighters on the scene. good morning, everyone. i'm ted greenberg. let's get right to the first alert forecast from meteorologist brittney shipp in the weather center. only 42 degrees right now. definitely feels like a fall morning. >> that's right. it's a cold start to the morning
throughout most of our area. as we push into the rest of your afternoon, we will see plenty of sunshine. our wind speeds will be lighter, but it's still going to be colder than the temperatures we've been getting used to, and definitely cooler than average. so here's a closer look at your right now temperatures throughout the region. and it might be a little surprising if we take a look at the poconos. 32 degrees. only 38 in allentown. 36 in pottstown. 43 degrees in philadelphia. 41 in wilmington. temperatures in millville at 38 degrees. a cool and cold start to the morning. don't even think about leaving the house without a jacket. if you're heading out to tailgate, we are going to see temperatures in the mid 50s to start off, and then by 1:00 p.m., 58 degrees. by 4:00 p.m., 60 degrees and chilly. so our daytime lows will stay well below average. i'll have more in my first alert seven-day forecast. in south jersey, the first
death related to the enterovirus d68 in our area has health and school officials taking safety precautions. 4-year-old eli waller who attended yardville elementary school in hamilton township, mercer county, died september 25th. another child from that school is also sick. but he's not believed to have the same type of enterovirus. golden blue ribbons lined eli's neighborhood. on friday night, authorities confirmed it was enterovirus d68 that took the little boy's life. it's the first deadly case of the respiratory illness in our area. gary's son also attends yardville elementary where another preschooler was tested for enterovirus d68. >> of course, it's going to be on everybody's mind. it's only human nature. people are nervous. they're scared. >> the school district said it has added extra staff to disinfect the school. enterovirus d68 has sickened more than 500 people in 43 states. almost all of them children.
for realtime updates on enterovirus d68, visit nbc10.com. there we have information on the symptoms as well as health tips. happening today, the freelance nbc news photographer who contracted ebola in liberia will be flown to nebraska to begin treatment. meantime, thomas duncan, the liberian who is being treated for ebola in texas, has gotten worse and is now in critical condition. the head of the centers for disease control and prevention says about 50 people who had contact with duncan have been located and tested. so far, no one is showing symptoms. when it comes to keeping people infected with ebola out of the united states, health officials say there's no realistic way to do it. >> although we might wish we could seal ourselves off from the world, there are americans who have the right of return, there are many other people who have the right to enter into this country, and that we're not going to be able to get to zero
risk no matter what we do. >> meantime, bed sheets, towels and mattresses have already been removed from the apartment where duncan was staying. eventually all items will be taken out and destroyed. dozens of penn state students are being monitored for the ebola virus. university officials told nbc affiliate wjac in johnstown that 80 students traveled to areas near the outbreak and are now spread out all across penn state campuses. experts say the likelihood that these students have the virus, though, is very slim. a massachusetts doctor who was successfully treated for ebola after returning from west africa is now back in the hospital. doctors say it appears he has a respiratory infection and they do not believe it is a recurrence of the virus. he was released from the hospital about a week and a half ago. he will remain in isolation until doctors have confirmed he is not infected with ebola. ebola has been ruled out as the cause of illness for a man who got sick on a flight to new
jersey. this is a photo taken onboard the plane. the man began throwing up during the flight from brussels to newark. health officials say he had traveled to west africa, but he showed no evidence of ebola. new from overnight, philadelphia police are investigating a triple shooting in cobb's creek. we're told three people were wounded outside cousin danny's exotic haven. the victims were taken to the hospital at the university of pennsylvania. all three are in critical condition. philadelphia police are also investigating a double shooting in feltonville. two men were shot just after midnight. both of them are in the hospital. they are in stable condition. police tell nbc 10 they found a gun at the scene that was registered to one of the victims. so far, no arrests. happening today, convicted philadelphia cop killer mumia abu-jamal will give a college graduation speech. during the address, philadelphia police plan to hold a silent protest at the site where
officer daniel faulkner was gunned down. a recorded speech by abu-jamal will be played today for 20 students in goddard college in vermont. abu-jamal received a bachelor's degree from that school in 1996 while behind bars. he is serving a life sentence for killing officer faulkner in center city in 1981. coming up this morning at 7:00, you'll hear from the officer's widow maureen faulkner and her own message to those college students. the pennsylvania state trooper killed at a montgomery county shooting range will be remembered today. officials say david kendra was accidentally shot by another trooper. they say it happened during a training exercise on tuesday. kendra was 26 years old. he had been a member of the pennsylvania state police since june of 2012. he was a graduate of temple university and was engaged to be married. a life celebration for kendra will be held tonight at 6:00 at the givnish funeral home.
a funeral mass is set for tomorrow morning at christ the king church at morrow avenue in chesterfield road. that's also in northeast philadelphia. we are learning more about text messages eric frein sent right before the accused trooper killer allegedly ambushed a pennsylvania state police barracks. the times tribune of scranton report "all is good" in a text message to a longtime friend less than four hours before that attack. frein also said he was heading back to delaware. according to police, he lied to relatives and others about working in delaware so he could prepare for the ambush. one trooper was killed. a second was wounded. the search for frein is now in its fourth week. meantime, hunting season is being interrupted as police continue to comb the woods for eric frein. the pennsylvania game commission decided to put a hunting ban in seven townships and parts of the delaware state forest. one man traveled from north
jersey to monroe county for the first day of archery deer season. he was nervous to go into the woods. >> they're looking for somebody in camo. we're wearing camo because it's hunting season. that's a scary thing to be mistaken. and everybody's looking at you and everybody's on edge. and rightfully so. >> monroe and pike counties have been on high alert for weeks as the hunt for frein continues. 6:34. we continue to follow breaking news in dover. a big barn fire there and some firefighters were involved in an accident while responding to that blaze. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at the scene. matt, what are you finding out there? >> reporter: well, ted, this is still an active fire scene. we moved back about 100 feet since our last live shot. you can see the reason why. because they're trying to remove one of the fire trucks, one of the engines out here that had an accident while responding to this fire. right now, just to give you a point, if you were on east
dennys road, this is about ten minutes north of downtown dover and the firefighters that you see out there, they're part of the fire department, a volunteer fire department, only two engines as part of its apparatus. you can see those firefighters out there with the reflective coats as they're trying to get that truck on to a tow truck to be moved out of here. just to give you an idea of what happened out here, we saw some tire tracks leading up to where that truck is, and i'll just walk down here briefly. you can see how far down this went. this is about three feet down off the road. so a pretty big embankment that this truck fell into early this morning. this happened about 4:30. real quickly, though, this is largely farmland. out there that is what they were responding to. that is a large barn that was on fire early this morning. we have seen the smoke dissipate quite rapidly in the past 15 to 20 minutes.
when we rolled up about 20 minutes ago, there was a large amount of white smoke still rising from that barn, but now we can see that the fire departments out there have been putting water on there and now that smoke has pretty much dissipated. in fact, we've seen some fire department activity from the neighboring volunteer fire departments. we've seen some of them leaving the scene. so right now, a lot of the attention is focused on getting those hot spots out and also trying to get this truck out here, this engine from the lipsick volunteer fire department out of this embankment and right now that is proving to be a pretty difficult task because they've been out here for the better part of two hours. we're going to try to gather more information. no injuries reported as of right now. we'll stay on top of this. in delaware county, the family of a man killed in a fire bombing is looking for answers, especially since he was targeted twice before. anthony tamir gorman died in his home on baldwin street in
chester. fire investigators are calling it suspicious. officials told nbc 10 gorman's home was fire bombed twice in the past. we talked with his daughter leticia cunningham. >> really upset that we lost our father this way. i feel like because it happened before and he reported it, that something more should have happened. >> now, we reached out to police. they said they're investigating the fire bombing as a possible retaliation involving an outlaw motorcycle gang. gorman's family told us he was a member of a motorcycle club but has been disabled since an accident in 2009. philadelphia police are searching for a gunman who shot a man. police say the 24-year-old victim was shot several times and is now in stable condition. the call for an end to the violence in north philadelphia. city leaders, religious groups and community members held this
peace walk yesterday near the playground where a teen was shot and killed over the summer. the organizers say it will bring healing, hope, and health to the area. up next this morning, a local high school football player is back on the field after suffering a life-changing event last year. we'll have his story when we come right back. speeds of our downloads so our internet is really half-fast. so half-fast. someone did a half-fast job of posting our vacation pics. when i post my slow jams, i'm a little half-fast. totally half-fast. stop living with half-fast internet. only verizon fios comes with speedmatch - uploads as fast as downloads. so his homework won't be so half-fast. that is up to him.
wondering if he'd ever play football again. nbc 10's jillian mealy has his story. >> reporter: 6'4", 320-pound offensive lineman rayquan thomas is a standout on his football team. a junior and captain, he has already been contacted by several colleges. >> he's a big-time football player, but he's going to be successful. >> reporter: his success hasn't come easy, though. he had to learn a new school and a new team after transferring to simon gratz before his sophomore year. >> like blocking, you don't know exactly when to leave a block or when to stay. so once you build that chemistry, it's good. >> it only took a few games to build that chemistry, and on october 4th of 2013, it all clicked on the football field. >> my brother told me all the time that, like, that was one of our best games. >> it was fun.
we've dominated up front. >> after the game, some of the guys left the stadium. they wanted to have a celebration at mcdonald's, only they didn't make it that far. this is as far as they got. >> two teenagers are shot. >>. >> i heard the shots and everybody just started running. >> six shots. they had to scoop him up off the ground. >> one bullet struck a teammate. >> i didn't even know i was shot. >> five bullets entered his body that night in his calf, thigh, and back. >> it entered my left back, went through my right side of my pelvis. >> are you normally a fighter? >> i don't like to. not if i don't got to. >> he's a big guy. people tend not to want to get into a physical altercation with him. and he doesn't go out of his way to mess with people. he's very quiet, very humble. >> after months on crutches and rehab, he started the season
strong as ever. but he will never forget what happened that night. >> i feel real lucky. i see things differently. i see how my life, it could have been taken. god gave me another chance. kickoff is just hours away. the eagles and rams at the link today. we'll have a preview next. but first, here's brittney. >> and lots of people are going to head out to tailgate. what to expect from your temperatures. that's all coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast. huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know you that former pro football player ickey woods will celebrate almost anything? unh-uh. number 44... whoooo! forty-four, that's me! get some cold cuts...
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brittney shipp. >> good morning. heading into the rest of your sunday morning, temperatures will eventually push into the 60s, but it is a cold start with temperatures mainly in the 40s, even the 30s. close to freezing for the poconos. a chilly sunday is on tap for us. we stay well below average, but mild next week. we also track a chance of showers throughout a few days heading into your seven-day forecast. but for philadelphia right now, 43 degrees. just a few clouds. our humidity is at 71%. light wind speeds out of the west-southwest at seven miles per hour across the region. take a look at these temperatures. 37 degrees in reading with clear skies. low 40s in philadelphia. atlan atlantic city at 42 degrees. some locations are in the 30s this morning like pottstown at 36. 38 in allentown. 32 degrees in mount pocono. we do not have a frost advisory in effect, but we are seeing temperatures close to freezing.
low 40s in trenton. closer to the shore, we're at 49 degrees in avalon. 43 in dover. so make sure you have a jacket when you step outside. you may have had to turn on the heat overnight as well. we've seen a big drop in our temperatures between this morning versus yesterday morning. yesterday we were mild. rain was coming down. now we're seeing clear skies and cold temperatures. down 30 degrees in millville. 25 in philadelphia. 23 degrees cooler in the poconos. and it's not just us here in the northeast. but if you take a look stretching all the way back to the midwest and as far down as nashville, we are seeing cool air right over our entire region. so 38 degrees to kick off the morning in nashville. only at 40 degrees in cincinnati and 38 currently in chicago, so you can see how far-reaching this cold air is, but it is going to push to the north as we head into really the rest of today, so that cold air will retreat. we'll see high pressure rebuild from the southeast. that's going to give us mild
conditions as you head back to work tomorrow. our satellite radar shot shows the rotation cell of that area of low pressure that brought us the rainfall. the rain is far off to the northeast, and we are going to see clearing skies, plenty of sunshine for today. it's just going to be on the cold side. we are also going to see by 11:00 a.m. temperatures still in the mid 50s. so it's going to be slow. it will warm up. slow to push to 60 degrees. 50 degrees in allentown by 11:00 a.m. by 3:00 p.m., here we start to get to our highs. only 57 in allentown. we're only going to make it into the low 50s for the poconos and the high 50s closer to the shore. as we head into this evening, right back down into the 50s. so it's pretty much going to be a cold day. temperatures staying mainly in the 50s throughout today before pushing into the low 60s, heading into your afternoon and early evening hours. if you're heading out to the links today, make sure you bring your jacket. maybe even a scarf or a bene because we are going to see p t -- temperatures by 1:00 p.m. at
60 degrees. plenty of sunshine, just on the chilly side. we'll range between 59 and 61. sunny and chilly, your seven-day forecast. we warm back into the 70s by tomorrow. chance of showers on tuesday. we stay in the 70s most of next week. it was one for the record books in washington last night, but it took more than six hours and 18 innings to get there. we'll show you what happened next.
and world-class entertainment, no matter where you are. take the ultimate road trip and see why i love new york. for more information, go to iloveny.com i'm john clark. the eagles facing a third string undrafted quarterback who was a walk-on in college. he is the rams' austin davis who just hah happens to have the highest completion percentage in the nfl. the eagles' defense. they're giving up way too many big plays. and four defenses are giving up more yards a game in the nfl. and they've been on the field more than any other team in the league. >> it does take its toll, truthfully, but, i mean, we still have to do our job. it doesn't matter if we're out there for 50 minutes or we're out there the whole 60, we have to get our job done.
we just haven't been able to make the plays when it comes down to it. >> hopefully they do today. comcast sportsnet is your place for eagles coverage. we'll have eagles pregame live at noon. check out in-game live for analysis. penn state was off this weekend. michigan lost to rutgers last night. look at this. rutgers get their first win in the big ten. fans storming the field and the goal posts come down. this is earlier at ole mis. they upset alabama. look at the scene here. they didn't just take down the goal post. they carried them out of the stadium and took them through the streets. this is the most unusual false start. just like a tree falling in the forest. timber. got blown over by the invisible defensive lineman. local action. villanova visiting maine. john robertson going deep.
43-yard touchdown. that is robertson's third straight game with four tds. nova wins 43-20. they are 4-1. penn visiting dartmouth. over the middle to matt schwartz. 54-yard td. but dartmouth wins 31-13. penn is now 0-3. sixers finished up their training camp at stockton college. ncw will miss the preseason opener on monday. flyers this weekend with some friendly fire. this is a team bonding exercise. there's the coach mixing it up. they're up in cape cod hanging together. take a look at the camouflaged captain. there he is, claude giroux. >> i'm a rookie at this. i have no idea. i'm actually pretty nervous. it should be good fun. >> i had my time in columbus, so r.j. and jake and i are familiar with it. jake doesn't have too many good memories. he was late-arriving, so everybody turned around and ambushed him. >> good stuff.
former flyer bill clement now a comcast sports analyst, used to play in front of the net. now bill's son is a goalie. >> with the flyers gearing up for a new season on the ice, there's another professional team in philadelphia looking to make an impact in the sports community. as the fury are competing in the american soccer league after coming back from a 34-year hiatus. and there's one father-son combination that's uniting these two sports franchises. >> i've always put my dad and philly together. i think one of the reasons he stuck around here after retiring was because he felt like he was a part of the city. >> clement was a member of the flyers during the greatest era in franchise history. >> i've been there, done it. you know, lucky enough to be in the right place a couple times to win stanley cups. >> reporter: meanwhile, chase is in his rookie season as a pro athlete and he has earned the starting goalie position after walking on to the team just four
months ago. >> it's sort of a dream come true. i mean, chase is now 24. and the opportunity presented itself and he made the most of it. >> just the idea of playing any pro sport, but no less in philly, the place where my daddy, it's really surreal. i'm really trying to get a grasp of it. it's great. >> i'm still going to get to as many of chase's games as i can. it's a joy to see him play. this is chase doing it for himself and just to be able to sit back and watch him, it's pretty special. >> and there's no question talent runs in the family. i'm harry chikma, comcast sports net. >> chase in goal yesterday with dad looking on. fury hosting western mass. clement eats up a bunch of shots. he had six saves in the game. but he did give up a goal here through a screen. here it is. the fury lose to the pioneers 2-1. good stuff from the clements. i'm john clark. have a great rest of your weekend. also in sports, the longest playoff game in baseball history
wrapped up just after midnight. the san francisco giants edged the washington nationals 2-1 in 18 innings. the game took nearly six and a half hours to play. frisco's brandon belt won it with a home run. interesting note here. belt also played in the longest college baseball game ever, 25 innings with the texas longhorns in 2009. nbc 10 news today coming back in just a moment with another full hour of news. and matt delucia is following breaking news in kent county. matt? >> yeah, ted. a volunteer engine is involved in an accident while responding to a fire. coming up, we're working on audio from that response. >> and i'm tracking some of the coolest temperatures we've seen in about six months. i'll let you know what to expect as we head into the rest of your sunday. that's all coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast.
out? >> reporter: a lot of activity within the past 30 minutes. we've seen that fire truck be removed from the scene. that happened just about two or three minutes ago before we went on the air. we'll show you what the scene looks like right now. this is very different than it was about 30 to 45 minutes ago when you saw all these fire crews out here trying to remove an engine from a volunteer fire department, the fire department that had pretty much rolled down this embankment here. it's about three feet off the road here. this is east dennys road. just to give you some perspective if you're not from this area, this is about ten minutes north of downtown dover. and you see right there that embankment. that is where that truck ended up earlier this morning about 4:30, so there was a lot of activity trying to remove that truck from this area. we'll just show you every here, about a quarter of a mile down the road, this is what they were responding to. this is a barn fire that happened early this morning. in fact, we do have some video from a little bit earlier showing you what this whole scene looked like because a lot has changed. so you can seell